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CheapTents Outdoor Gear Blog

…not just tents…a camping equipment blog too!

Who Are We?

CheapTents is a outdoors equipment website owned and run by Adventure Centre Ltd. The Adventure Centre is located in Warrington (between Liverpool and Manchester) and specialises in camping equipment, as well as a wide range of other outdoor activities.

The Adventure Centre and CheapTents.com offer an extensive selection of quality outdoor equipment. All of our staff are experienced, passionate, friendly and always willing to offer sound advice. The Adventure Centre has over 20 years experience in the outdoor leisure industry.

Our aim is to provide only the best customer service possible to you our customer. So if you spot something we can improve let us know!

Getting to the Shop

As mentioned above we have a bricks and mortar shop in Warrington. You can take a look around our store in our video guided tour. To help you find the shop we’ve put a little map on the Adventure Centre about page of the actual website, but we think it’s more likely you will just punch in our postcode to your GPS to find us… WA1 3BE

If you’ve any problem finding to us, simply call us 01925 411 385

Helpful and Experienced Staff

Online we naturally specialise in selling some of the best quality tents available in the market at great prices, but we also sell a full range of top quality camping equipment too.

The staff at the Adventure Centre are incredibly helpful, putting up a tent, helping you choose the right gear for your expedition, walking or camping needs.

The staff there are all outdoor sports enthusiast, enjoying a wide range of activities such as climbing, mountain biking, triathlons, walking and adventure running.

About the CheapTents Outdoor Gear Blog

We aim to publish blog posts about the outdoors! These will include reviews of the camping gear and clothing that the we sell online, interviews with adventurers / explorers, outdoors industry news, hiking routes and more!

We welcome interaction and sharing of opinions on the blog, for more about this please see our blog rules. This post also includes information about the photographs used on the blog.

About the blog moderators

Daniel is a keen walker, endlessly bagging peaks on weekend backpacking trips.  He enjoys camping, mountain biking and scrambling, and his favourite areas are the Peak District and the Lake District.

We are always on the look out for guest posts from outdoor enthusiasts! So, If you have an outdoor story, experience or opinion that you would like to see published here, e-mail Daniel

Contact us for more information

Disclaimer: The views expressed within the articles on this site are that of the Author(s) or Interviewed persons and NOT of CheapTents or the Adventure Centre Ltd. We are in no way responsible for content of external websites.


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